• How to choose and use sunscreen effectively

    How to choose and use sunscreen effectively

    As summer hits Dubai, it’s time to restock the sunscreen supply shelf. While year-round sunscreen application is important, there are factors to pay attention to when the days are longer and the sun’s rays get stronger. There are so many sunscreens and it can be overwhelming in choosing the best one for you and yourRead more →

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    What is PCOS? PCOS is a condition that causes irregular menstrual periods with excessive facial/body hair growth, acne and/or male pattern scalp hair thinning. It occurs in one in ten women and many of them tend to be overweight or obese, and may find it difficult to conceive. PCOS is also associated with a higherRead more →

  • Must-know first aid tips for Bleeding Cuts or Wounds

    Must-know first aid tips for Bleeding Cuts or Wounds

    While prevention is always the best medicine, it’s important to know what to do when accidents happen. For bleeding cuts or wounds, here are some First Aid tips everyone should know: 1. Stop Bleeding Apply direct pressure on the bleeding cut or wound with sterile gauze (if available) or a clean dry cloth, or tissueRead more →

  • Diabetic Foot – a chance to avoid damage

    Diabetic Foot – a chance to avoid damage

    The Diabetes mellitus is now-a-days a quite common disease; around 30% of the people here are affected. Modern treatments of Diabetologists improve the life standard of the Patients, but cannot completely avoid complications. Beside arterial circulative disorders, that is similar to arteriosclerotic disorders and affecting the bigger arteries, two special changes are detectable in diabeticRead more →

  • The Importance of Prostate Checkup

    The Importance of Prostate Checkup

    It is often said that what you don’t know can’t hurt you, but when it comes to health screening, the opposite is always true: What you don’t know can hurt you— and routine screenings are the best way to detect illnesses before symptoms appear. Despite this, men are extremely stubborn about keeping up with routineRead more →

  • Carpal tunnel … What is that?

    Carpal tunnel … What is that?

    There are eight small bones called carpal bones in the wrist, with a ligament that lies across the front of the wrist. In-between these carpal bones and the ligament there is a space called the carpal tunnel. The tendons that attach the forearm muscles to the fingers pass through this tunnel. One of the threeRead more →

  • Non-surgical Solutions for Chronic Knee Pain

    PLATELET-RICH PLASMA (PRP) THERAPY Non-surgical, innovative, and effective treatment for chronic knee pain People who endure chronic knee pain can at last get relief from an advanced, non-surgical and safe procedure. It’s called Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, and it utilizes platelets from the person`s own blood to induce healing and regeneration; it attempts to takeRead more →

  • Dealing with Diabetes

    Dealing with Diabetes

    As a diabetic, you are: •    20 times more likely to develop kidney diseases •    4 times more prone  to become blind •    4 times more susceptible to get a stroke •    2-4 times more likely to have a heart attack Dos and Don’ts of a Diabetic Diet: Good Food 1.    Green leafy vegetables 2.  Read more →

  • Positive parenting from infancy to childhood

    Positive parenting from infancy to childhood

    Maternal infant attachment is an integral part of development of the baby and starts soon after birth when mother and infants need close attachment to give the infant the degree of security necessary for optimal emotional and physical development. The attachment starts after the period of conception and is throughout the antenatal period. Most mothersRead more →

  • Is it safe for me to work during pregnancy?

    Is it safe for me to work during pregnancy?

    Can you work during pregnancy? How long you can work for? The answer depends on your health, the health of your baby and the type of work that you do. If you’re a healthy woman having no pregnancy sickness and your job is important to you and does not involve direct exposure to harmful staff,Read more →